LSAT Bootcamp—Monday, February 11 from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm in 514 Illini Union Bookstore Building (807 S Wright St). What's covered on the LSAT? What is taking the test really like? When should it be taken, and how can test takers best prepare? Learn about all of these topics during LSAT Bootcamp!
LSAT Bootcamp Schedule:
4:05-4:45 LSAT Workshop 1: Logic Games with TestMasters LSAT Preparation 4:55-5:35 LSAT Workshop 2: Analytical Reasoning with Blueprint LSAT Prep 5:40-6:00 Making Your Best LSAT Prep Plan with Pre-Law Advising ServicesThe LSAT workshops, taught by experienced LSAT instructors, will give you a taste of actual LSAT problems and how to go about solving them for a real understanding of what's covered on the test. Then, we'll talk about upcoming LSAT changes for 2019 and beyond, which will significantly impact LSAT takers. Participants will know how to create their best possible LSAT prep plan. Have some snacks and settle in for the whole time, or just stop by for any part of this free event! Bring your I-card to check in. Alumni are also welcome. For additional details visit http://prelaw.illinois.edu/lsat-bootcamp
Pre-Law 101—Thursday, February 14 at 4:00 pm in 514 Illini Union Bookstore Building (807 S Wright St). This workshop is designed for incoming students who are new to pre-law or are interested in learning more about it. We will cover: What it means to be pre-law at Illinois, course selection, majors, and extracurriculars, building a pre-law resume, and what law schools are really looking for. We will outline a four year plan to maximize your undergraduate experiences in order to make a great law school candidate. We’ll also take any questions about law school and legal careers. Incoming students should attend a Pre-Law 101 prior to setting up an individual pre-law advising appointment. Click here to register.
Negotiating Law School Scholarships—Tuesday, February 26 at 6:00 pm in Lincoln Hall 1002. Join us as we host Ann Perry, Associate Dean for Admissions at the University of Chicago Law School, and Rebecca Ray, Assistant Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid at the University of Illinois College of Law. The deans will share their expertise on law school financial aid and scholarships, including: Understanding your financial aid offer; how to go about requesting reconsideration of your scholarship package; what elements are effective for increasing aid offers; and tips and suggestions for respectful and effective collaborations with financial aid staff. Participants will have the opportunity to ask these experts any and all law school admissions and financial aid questions. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in law school to learn about admission and financial aid processes for law school. No registration necessary.